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Livedo racemosa in a 35-year-old man with decompression sickness

A 35-year-old man, supine with livedo racemosa (mislabeled cutis marmorata) secondary to type I decompression sickness after diving in Notre Dame Bay on the north side of Newfoundland, Canada. The skin marbling can be seen outlined in red ink. He subsequently underwent a US Navy Diving Manual Treatment Table 6 and made a full recovery. (Photograph by Huckfinne on July 25, 2014. Public domain.)